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Season 20/21 Predictions League - Round 33 - Saturday 27th February - 3PM


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Round 33 - Bye Week - @DurhamRed

@boro-unger v Red Rocket

@cyprusboro v @trekkers

@AnglianRed v @Motor Mouth

@Youngy228 v @ChipBarrington

@SmogDane v @xathras

@beanflickingchampion v Weasel

@Raf smog v @nawoo

@Borodane v @Maccarone

@smogsterking the Inspirati v @DanFromDownSouth

@Blanco v @OldManGravz

@Essuuaitch v @Uwe

 

Saturday 27th February 3PM

Barnsley v Millwall

Birmingham v QPR

Blackburn v Coventry

Brentford v Stoke

Luton v Sheffield Wed

Middlesbrough v Cardiff

Preston v Huddersfield

Rotherham v Reading

Swansea v Bristol City 

Wycombe v Norwich

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H Barnsley v Millwall

D Birmingham v QPR

H Blackburn v Coventry

H Brentford v Stoke

D Luton v Sheffield Wed

D Middlesbrough v Cardiff

H Preston v Huddersfield

A Rotherham v Reading

H Swansea v Bristol City 

A Wycombe v Norwich

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Barnsley v Millwall D

Birmingham v QPR D

Blackburn v Coventry H

Brentford v Stoke H

Luton v Sheffield Wed D

Middlesbrough v Cardiff D

Preston v Huddersfield H

Rotherham v Reading A

Swansea v Bristol City H

Wycombe v Norwich A

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Barnsley v Millwall H

Birmingham v QPR A

Blackburn v Coventry H

Brentford v Stoke H

Luton v Sheffield Wed H

Middlesbrough v Cardiff H

Preston v Huddersfield H

Rotherham v Reading A

Swansea v Bristol City H

Wycombe v Norwich A

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Saturday 27th February 3PM

A Barnsley v Millwall

A Birmingham v QPR

H Blackburn v Coventry

H Brentford v Stoke

A Luton v Sheffield Wed

H Middlesbrough v Cardiff

A Preston v Huddersfield

A Rotherham v Reading

H Swansea v Bristol City 

A Wycombe v Norwich

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Saturday 27th February 3PM

Barnsley v Millwall H

Birmingham v QPR H

Blackburn v Coventry H

Brentford v Stoke H

Luton v Sheffield Wed D

Middlesbrough v Cardiff H

Preston v Huddersfield D

Rotherham v Reading A

Swansea v Bristol City H

Wycombe v Norwich A

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BYE WEEK FOR FUN 🙂

 

H Barnsley v Millwall

A Birmingham v QPR

A Blackburn v Coventry

H Brentford v Stoke

A Luton v Sheffield Wed

H Middlesbrough v Cardiff

H Preston v Huddersfield

A Rotherham v Reading

H Swansea v Bristol City 

A Wycombe v Norwich

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Barnsley v Millwall - H

Birmingham v QPR - H

Blackburn v Coventry - D

Brentford v Stoke - H

Luton v Sheffield Wed - A

Middlesbrough v Cardiff - D

Preston v Huddersfield - A

Rotherham v Reading - D

Swansea v Bristol City - H

Wycombe v Norwich - A

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Saturday 27th February 3PM

Barnsley v Millwall H

Birmingham v QPR D

Blackburn v Coventry H

Brentford v Stoke H

Luton v Sheffield Wed D

Middlesbrough v Cardiff A

Preston v Huddersfield H

Rotherham v Reading A

Swansea v Bristol City H

Wycombe v Norwich A

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Saturday 27th February 3PM

Barnsley v Millwall (D)

Birmingham v QPR (A)

Blackburn v Coventry (H)

Brentford v Stoke (H)

Luton v Sheffield Wed (D)

Middlesbrough v Cardiff (A)

Preston v Huddersfield (D)

Rotherham v Reading (A)

Swansea v Bristol City (H)

Wycombe v Norwich (A)

 

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Saturday 27th February 3PM

Barnsley v Millwall H

Birmingham v QPR A

Blackburn v Coventry D

Brentford v Stoke H

Luton v Sheffield Wed D

Middlesbrough v Cardiff A

Preston v Huddersfield D

Rotherham v Reading A

Swansea v Bristol City H

Wycombe v Norwich A

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(D) Barnsley v Millwall

(A) Birmingham v QPR

(D) Blackburn v Coventry

(H) Brentford v Stoke

(D) Luton v Sheffield Wed

(H) Middlesbrough v Cardiff

(A) Preston v Huddersfield

(A) Rotherham v Reading

(D) Swansea v Bristol City 

(A) Wycombe v Norwich

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H Barnsley v Millwall

D Birmingham v QPR

H Blackburn v Coventry

H Brentford v Stoke

A Luton v Sheffield Wed

H Middlesbrough v Cardiff

A Preston v Huddersfield

A Rotherham v Reading

D Swansea v Bristol City 

A Wycombe v Norwich

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